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Headline - the legendary scientist Albert Einstein has long been regarded as one of the very genius that ever lived . This raises the question , how could Einstein so special in the world of science ? Puzzle is finding a bright spot when the scientists find a hint of the physicist 's brain belongs . According to a new study led by evolutionary anthropologist Dean Falk of Florida State University ( FSU ) , it was found that part of Einstein's brain is not like most people's brains and have extraordinary cognitive abilities . " Some things seem normal , " said Falk told The Huffington Post . "The size is normal , the overall form of brain asymmetry , and it is normal . What is unusual is the complexity and convolution ( convex folds on the surface of the brain ) in various parts of the brain , " he said . According to a written statement issued by the University , in a study published in the journal " Brain " issue of 16 November 2012 , revealed the entire description of Einstein's cerebral cortex . The cerebral cortex is a thin layer of gray consisting of 15-33 billion neurons . To do this , Falk and colleagues studied 14 new photos of Einstein's brain has not been revealed . The photo , Falk said , it is difficult to obtain. Einstein Brain Photo Document Note National Public Radio ( NPR ) , an American media organization Union , said when Einstein died in 1955, his brain was removed by Thomas Harvey , a doctor at the hospital where Einstein died . It is likely that Harvey never got permission to remove the brain of a genius . But author Brian Burrell in " Postcards from the Brain Museum " said the doctor approved child Einstein . Harvey said that he intends to study Einstein's brain . Or at least , Harvey will attempt to find another scientist to do it .

Thanks Harvey , scientists can study Einstein's brain based on a number of photographs and slides of specimens prepared by Harvey . The brain , which is photographed from multiple angles , also has cut into 240 blocks and slides it has made ​​histologically .

As the statement notes FSU , most of the photographs, blocks and slides disappeared from the public for over 55 years . Fortunately , a number of documents that have recently been rediscovered and some of the current document can be found at the National Museum of Health and Medicine .

The document left as many as 14 files . However, Falk and his colleagues still able to take a closer look , and find out the mysteries that are stored in the brain of Einstein .